Calf Looks Like Gene Simmons from KISS

Gene Simmons of KISS has met his doppelganger in the form of a calf. This hilarious calf was born in Texas and bares a striking resemblance to the 80's rocker who's famous for his role in the rock band kiss and his claim to creating the "devil horn" hand gesture. The calf bears such a funny resemblance as it sticks out its tongue for a picture. With a face like that, this cow is going places!

Can you imagine waiting for mother cow to give birth, and then finally it's happening, and Gene Simmons pops out singing about Detroit Rock City! What a blast this had to be. Of course, the calf probably wasn't singing, or mooing, any songs by KISS - but one could only hope there's a reality where something that silly can happen.

The baby cow, named Genie, was born on Friday at a ranch in Kerrville, Texas, and even likes to stick out its tongue like the rocker.

Hill Country Visitor, a tourism agency that promotes the region of Texas Hill, shared the image on Facebook, joking that Simmons could be the father.

Simmons himself was delighted, tweeting: "This is real, folks!!!"

The bovine doppelgänger's markings quickly drew comparisons to Simmons, who is famous for his long tongue and black-and-white face paint.

Genie was born on a ranch kept by the family of Heather Taccetta, who works at a local steak house.

Oh no! Little Genie (get it) was born on a ranch kept by someone who works at a steak house? Do we think Genie might be on someone's plate one day? Oh goodness. I'm sure Genie was born to become food, and that's the results of the food chain in action, but darn it we just might want to keep this one around.

Maybe the ranch can keep Genie around a little bit longer. Those good looks can't be matched by any other calves.

Now let's see. If Genie starts a rock band, who else would be in it? Genie will need a few more calves born that look like members of KISS in order to get this band started.

When they go on tour, do they play at farms or stadiums?

This looks like it could be as wild as a Jimmy Buffet tailgate!

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